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FOX6 News receives 36 Emmy nominations for 2013

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CHICAGO (WITI) — The Chicago/Midwest chapter for the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences on Tuesday night, September 24th announced its 2013 Emmy nominees.

FOX6 News has received 36 Emmy nominations

Those making the list of Emmy nominees from FOX6 include:

Catetory 28-c: Outstanding Crafts Achievement Off-Air: Writer

Mike Lowe

Jeremy Ross

Category 25-a: Outstanding Crafts Achievement Off-Air: Photographer

Tim Viste

Nick Moron

Category 24-a: Outstanding Crafts Achievement Off-Air: Editor

Sean Towle

Category 20-g: Outstanding Crafts Achievement for On-Camera Talent: News Reporter

Brad Hicks for “24 Hours in Boston”

Category 20-f: Outstanding Crafts Achievement for On-Camera Talent: News Reporter – Features/Human Interest

Mike Lowe

Henry Rosoff

Brad Hicks

Jeremy Ross

Category 20-d: Outstanding Crafts Achievement for On-Camera Talent – General Assignment Reporter

Mike Lowe

Jeremy Ross

Category 20-a: Outstanding Crafts Achievement for On-Camera Talent – News Anchor

Brad Hicks

Category 10-b: Outstanding Achievement for Public Affairs/Current Affairs Programming

Mike Lowe, Andy Konkle, Jeremiah Junkers for “U.S. Senate Profiles”

Category 4-i: Outstanding Achievement for News Specialty Report/Series – Religion

Mike Lowe, Tim Viste for “Faith on the Fault Line”

Category 4-h: Outstanding Achievement for News Specialty Report/Series – Politics/Government

Bryan Polcyn, Kale Zimny, Jim Wilson, Dave Michuda, Nick Moron, Stephen Davis for “IRS Withholding the Truth”

Category 4-g: Outstanding Achievement for News Specialty Report/Series – Human Interest

Michael Lowe and Tim Viste for “Putting on the Rips”

Henry Rosoff and Sean Towle for “Skiing Past Impossible”

Category 4-f: Outstanding Achievement for News Specialty Report/Series – Health/Science

Meghan Dwyer, Andy Konkle, Dave Michuda, Stephen Davis, Nick Moron, Jon Reidy for “Bidding for Bodies”

Jenna Sachs for “The Elijah Leffingwell Story”

Jeremy Ross and Nick Moron for “Hoping for Time”

Category 4e: Outstanding Achievement for News Specialty Report/Series – Environment

Mike Lowe, Jerry Imig, Tim Primeau for “Can Water Save Milwaukee?”

Category 4c: Outstanding Achievement for News Specialty Report/Series – Crime 

Mike Lowe, Jeremy Mews for “Confronting Evil”

Meghan Dwyer, Jeffrey Frings, Dave Michuda for “Mass Confusion”

Brad Hicks, Jerry Imig, Dave Michuda, Andrew Konkle, Tim Viste for “Defiant Drivers”

Category 4b: Outstanding Achievement for News Specialty Report/Series – Business/Consumer 

Bryan Polcyn, Jerry Imig, Stephen Davis, Jeffrey Frings, Dave Michuda, Susanne Barthel for “The Menace Returns”

Category 4a: Outstanding Achievement for News Specialty Report/Series – Arts/Culture/Entertainment

Henry Rosoff, Jerry Imig, for “The Marathon Painter”

Mike Lowe, Andy Konkle for “A Legion of Followers”

Jeremy Ross and Sean Towle for “A Design for Tolerance”

Category 3c: Outstanding Achievement for News Gathering – Light News (Soft News) Single Feature/Series

Tim Matthews for “Blind as a Bat”

Ted Perry, John Reidy for “First Grade Crush”

Category 3a: Outstanding Achievement for News Gathering – Serious News (Hard) Single Feature

Brad Hicks, Jerry Imig, Dave Michuda for “High Risk Rent”

Mike Lowe, Tim Viste, Andy Konkle, Jerry Imig for “The Somber Service”

Category 2: Outstanding Achievement for News Gathering – Single Investigative Story and Series

Mike Lowe, Tim Viste, Jerry Imig, Susanne Barthel for “Backward or Skyward?”

Meghan Dwyer, Stephen  Davis, Dave Michuda, Andrew Konkle, Tim Primeau, Jeremy Mews for “Day Care Dangers.”

Bryan Polcyn, Stephen Davis, Dave Michuda, Jerry Imig, Jim Wilson, Andrew Konkle, Tim Primeau for “The $10,000 Doctor’s Appointment”

The 2013 Emmy Awards take place in Chicago on Sunday, November 3.

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